Infinity War’ Star Has Us Thinking One ‘Dead’ Character Is Returning

Warning! “Avengers: Infinity War” spoilers down below!

It’s a tough time appropriate now to be a Danai Gurira character.

In “Avengers: Infinity War,” Gurira’s character Okoye viewed helplessly as the Black Panther ― Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa ― crumbled to dust soon after Thanos’ finger snap. And on “The Walking Lifeless,” Gurira’s Michonne faces the unavoidable departure of her boo, Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes, confirmed to be leaving the display next year.

So at the “Walking Dead” Comic-Con press meeting final thirty day period, I requested Gurira the clear question: Which was harder, declaring goodbye to Chadwick Boseman in “Infinity War” or Andrew Lincoln on “Walking Dead”?

Her solution was lol.

Somewhat than say a little something nice about Boseman’s “departure,” she got a little bit tongue-tied. “Woww! Wowww!” she claimed. “Well, you know ‘Infinity War,’ you know. We know that which is its own factor. Which is a detail that you know is its very own thing. That is all I’ll say about that in conditions of…”

“Wait, are you declaring that Thanos wasn’t successful?” chimed in “Walking Dead” main written content officer Scott Gimple.

“I’m not indicating something!” Gurira replied as the full room broke into laughter. “I can essentially just not discuss at all any more, being portion of these two franchises… do not converse.”

You can listen to Gurira and Gimple’s trade from the push meeting beneath.

Apart from staying hilarious, the actress’ reaction provides a hint that, even although several beloved people seemingly died in “Infinity War,” they are very likely coming again.

In particular Boseman. He’s probably stuck in the Soul Stone, or he’ll make his return by using time travel, as is popularly theorized (see: the Quantum Realm).

So yeah, all that chat from the “Infinity War” creators about how “death is death” and characters will leave “permanently” ― do not purchase it.

In addition to her remarks about Boseman, Gurira went on to give a heartfelt farewell to Lincoln, saying, “It’s all heartbreaking, as ‘Walking Dead’ generally is, but this is a exclusive variety of heartbreak … It is been an honor, sir.”

You can examine her whole goodbye below.

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